We were sad to hear of the death, at 70, of John Renbourn, the English guitarist, songwriter and co-founder of the seminal folk group Pentangle.
Brandon Flowers will release his second solo album ‘The Desired Effect’ on May 18. He performed songs from it at Webster Hall in New York March 24.
Brian Wilson will follow his June/July tour of North America with a UK arena schedule in September, with guests America and Edwyn Collins.
“It’s supposed to be fun,” said Roger Daltrey. This celebration of The Who’s 50th anniversary at London’s The 02 was all that and more.
The copyright case between Marvin Gaye’s ‘Got To Give It Up’ and Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’ has led to a big digital upswing for Gaye.
A newly-updated edition of ‘Reelin’ In The Years,’ Brian Sweet’s biography of Steely Dan, has just been published by Omnibus Press.
Country superstar Luke Bryan has made history on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart, with simultaneous debuts in the top five.
‘Amy,’ the new documentary about the life and times of Amy Winehouse, is set to be released in the UK on July 3.
The death of Andy Fraser, former bassist with Free, robs us of a musician who made a significant contribution to British rock history, from the late 1960s.
Kacey Musgraves, one of the brightest stars in contemporary country music, has today (17th) released a new single on iTunes and Google Play, ‘Biscuits.’
Boston-bred, Nashville-based female Americana quartet Della Mae will be back with their third album, a self-titled set, on Rounder on May 11.
‘Sunshine Of Your Love,’ an all-star tribute concert to Jack Bruce, has been announced, to take place at London's Roundhouse on October 24, 2015.
Blue Note pianist Robert Glasper will return to acoustic jazz with his trio for his next release, ‘Covered,’ to be released on June 16.
Jimmy Greenspoon, the keyboard player with Three Dog Night on their countless hit singles and albums, died of metastatic melanoma on March 11, at 67.
Those of us lucky enough to have seen Daevid Allen with Gong in their hey day will never forget the experience. Daevid Allen RIP.